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The Effect of Homeopathically Prepared Thyroxin (10−30 Parts by Weight) on Highland Frogs: Influence of Electromagnetic Fields

  • Sabrina Weber
  • Peter Christian Endler
  • Sonja U. Welles
  • Erika Suanjak-Traidl
  • Waltraud Scherer-Pongratz
  • Michael Frass
  • Heinz Sprange
  • Gerhard Peithner
  • Harald Lothaller

The amphibian model appears to be a useful tool for explaining certain phenomena encountered in homeopathy and homeopathy research (Endler et al., 1991, 1994a, 1995; Endler, 2003).

One particular aspect of the similia principle, iso-endopathy, can be demonstrated by first hyper stimulating Rana temporaria by immersion in an aqueous molecular thyroxin solution (10−8 parts by weight, not submitted to an agitation process) and then inducing an inverse effect by a homeopathically prepared solution (10−13) of the same hormone thyroxin (Endler et al., 2003). There appears to be a relationship between the effect of homeopathically prepared thyroxin and a naturally or artificially elevated thyroxin level in the animals during metamorphosis. This is in some respects analogous to intoxication/detoxication studies, where organisms are first treated with a high dose of a toxin and then with a step-by-step diluted and agitated solution of the same toxin (Roth, 1991; Göldner, 2005). Significant curative effects have been observed, e.g. that of highly diluted Cd on Cd intoxicated frog spawn (Herkovits et al., 1993). Artificial speeding up of metamorphosis can not only be achieved by adding molecular thyroxin, but by enhancing temperature of the basin water. A curative effect of homeopathically prepared thyroxin on hyper stimulation caused by temperature may be discussed in the light of the homeopathic similia principle.

Keywords

Mobile Phone Electromagnetic Field Homeopathic Preparation Hormone Thyroxin Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Field 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Sabrina Weber
  • Peter Christian Endler
    • 1
  • Sonja U. Welles
  • Erika Suanjak-Traidl
  • Waltraud Scherer-Pongratz
  • Michael Frass
    • 2
  • Heinz Sprange
  • Gerhard Peithner
    • 3
  • Harald Lothaller
    • 4
  1. 1.Interuniversity College Graz – Castle of SeggauAustria
  2. 2.Medical University ViennaAustria
  3. 3.Peithner Inc.Vienna
  4. 4.University of GrazAustria

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